Thank you. I have 0.1-1-1, I can give them a bit of that mixed with RO. It's in my random rotation of nutrients, so I sprayed a bit of that, as well as their aloe, on them this morning so she can take advantage of the 90+ degree blazing sun. Pool day! Again
They share a saucer with Mom, so maybe once a day her minimal runoff become their bottom feed, so they get the same nutrients on the leaves and from the bottom. This also lets the soil dry a bit between waterings from below. I'm watching for any signs of roots, not sure where they should start to show up, or where to look without hurting them.
Still perky and green, although nothing like Mom. 1 is looking a bit pale on the lower leaves after her night in the artificial lighting. 2 lost one branch, or was about to, so I nipped it off. I forgot how tough they are, rather than use the razor sharp knife in my pocket, I used my fingernails; I ended up breaking it instead of cutting. "How not to clone", that should have been my thread title. They've had five nights and are still alive, although I wouldn't recommend this method if you are in a hurry, they seem to be kinda slow on the uptake.
Misting question: I'm here all day and can pretty much spray her every hour or two, but I the words I'm reading are, "a few times a day", and I'm definitely spraying more than that. Does this mean I should really only spray two or three times a day? Does more help, or hurt, or have no effect?
How do I tell if they are rooting? They look alive, but 1 feels a little like she's not happy, or maybe dying.
Oh, do I tag people who've been helping me every time, or does the "forum machine" tell them when I've posted something?
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